Microsoft is right now testing Android app support on Windows 11. While the functionality will extraordinarily extend the number of apps accessible on Windows 11, just Android applications from the Amazon Appstore will show up within the Microsoft Store (at least for now). You can, notwithstanding, sideload Android applications onto Windows 11. This allows you to install a lot more applications, however the process to do as such is complicated. A new tool called WSATools improves on the process of installing APKs onto Windows 11.
WSATools makes a point and click interface for sideloading applications. Individuals don’t have to use command line and ADB to install APKs. This brings down the bar for entry with regards to sideloading applications from outside the Amazon Appstore. WSATools is an unofficial tool and is in its early stages. The version listed in the Microsoft Store is really an older version that is not exactly prepared, as per its developer Simone Franco.
Notable leaker WalkingCat shared the link to WSATools. Franco explained that a new version with a finalized design is coming.
In any event, while sideloading Android applications onto Windows 11, there are limits. Apps that require the Google Play Store won’t work without some additional work. A developer managed to install the Google Play Store onto Windows 11, yet the process is quite complex.